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dignity for a paycheck. >> it was not scripted, sir. >> you seem to be acting like a lindsay lohan wannabe in this matter. >> whoa. lindsay lohan wannabe. >> i suddenly like that judge quite a bit. >> yeah, he was not even too kind to her. she apologized, said it wouldn't happen again, said it wasn't scripted, she will pay her fine and do her community service. and that is for snooki, who once said she was too pretty to be in jail. >> i have nothing against the girl, i just still am just fascinated by how all of these kids have risen to such fame. they have such a cult following if you watch the show or read anything about them. i've heard people say watching them live this sort of lifestyle makes us all envious because they act out on every impulse. whether it be drinking, whether it be -- >> a lot of folks -- i mean, everybody in their young days has their party days. i'm sure if there was a camera on people who were in college, they'd catch some stuff. these kids just happen to have a tv contract. >> and they are smiling all the way to the bank, all of them.
we know there was damage there and in segerville, highland park, and lindsay and cook county. no reports of deaths from tonight's storm. >> before tornados started dropping down in north texas, we had record rainfall. one man died in the floods in johnson county. rushing water from a creek swept his truck off of county road 607. rescuers found james wright's body about 1:00 this afternoon. firefighters say they heard him screaming but they couldn't get to him in time. firefighters in arlington were busy this afternoon helping people escape from the rising water there. we watched person after person climb across a ladder at the willows at shady valley apartments. even a man with a baby strapped to his chest managed to get out okay, as cars were floating away. the water rose up to eight feet outside those apartments today. tonight, many people who live there cannot go back inside. channel 8 is live in arlington with their story. >> reporter: fire officials estimate most of than 100 people alone at this complex have been left homeless by these floodwaters. they severe damaged 14
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